Papers, 1925-1960. 1925-1960.


Solis-Cohen, Jacob, Jr., 1890-1968. Papers, 1925-1960.

Papers, 1925-1960. 1925-1960.

Real estate executive, genealogist, and philanthropist of Philadelphia, Pa. Collection consists primarily of correspondence relating to genealogical matters and Solis-Cohen's activities with Foster Home for Hebrew Orphans, Jewish Theological Seminary, Jewish Publication Society, American Jewish Historical Society, Mikveh Israel Congregation, and other groups; together with writings, chiefly on historical topics, including a series of articles entitled "Pen Points from the Past," scrapbooks (1910-1960) relating to personal and business life, and genealogy of the da Silva-Solis family and related families. Much of the genealogical correspondence is with Cecil Roth.

2 lin. ft. : photos.

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